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  1. Navigating Bacterial Changes in Aging Organisms: Graphs, Patterns, and Models

    19 Jun 2024 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Maila Hallare1, Iordanka Panayotova2, Anna Salazar2

    1. United States Air Force Academy 2. Christopher Newport University

    Aging is an incredibly important area of research, and recent biological advances implicate the intestines in aging pathologies. Given that the gut harbors an immense amount of an organism’s...


  2. Vikki Maurer

    I teach at Linn-Benton Community College, which is a 2-year college on the quarter system 10 miles away from Oregon State University. Many of our students have dual enrollment with both...


  3. Learn Biological Sciences and Chemistry through cellular transport and concentration ( online and hands-on)

    14 May 2024 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Dr Pankaj Mehrotra

    University of the People, Pasadena, California

    Osmosis is a process by which by which solvent move from a region of lower solute concentration to region of higher solute concentration through a semi-permeable membrane. Cells utilize the process...


  4. Eyinmisan Nikatsekpe


  5. Daniel McBride

    I am a Mathematics PhD student in the Sgouralis Research Group at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. My research is on the theory and applications of Hamiltonian Monte Carlo in Bayesian...


  6. Diep Thi Hoang


  7. Exploring Coyote Morphology: Introduction to Research and Study Design

    28 Feb 2024 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Christina D'Arcy1, Julie Marie Schlichte2, Vicky Zhuang

    1. University of Texas at El Paso 2. The University of Texas at El Paso

    This module is designed as a first foray for freshman-level (novice undergraduate) students into science literacy, research design, and use of museum resources in research activities. The module...


  8. Is everything bigger in Texas? Introduction to Statistics with the Rock Pocket Mouse (Chaetodipus intermedius)

    28 Feb 2024 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Julie Marie Schlichte1, Phillip Lavretsky, Vicky Zhuang

    The University of Texas at El Paso

    Natural history museums often contain large collections of the same species and therefore, are a resource for studying intraspecific variation. This module uses 172 images of rock pocket mouse...


  9. suhanya prasad


  10. Figure of the Week: Applied Statistics for Wildlife Research

    16 Jan 2024 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Cody Hieu Pham1, Robert E Furrow1

    University of California, Davis

    Students use their number sense to make observations and explain or guess at patterns shown, discussing at the start of a weekly computer lab. This slide deck focuses on figures related to concepts...


  11. Brad D Pretzer


  12. Quantifying Uncertainty and Distinguishing Data Sets in Introductory Physics

    05 Dec 2023 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Rachel E. Scherr*1, N. G. Holmes2

    1. University of Washington Bothell 2. Cornell University

    Physics labs are moving increasingly to open-ended experiments where students develop experimental physics skills, rather than verify textbook physics concepts. This sequence of activities sets the...


  13. Marta Shocket


  14. Mustafa Aşkın


  15. Tom Stojsavljevic


  16. Milena Cuellar


  17. Brent Wilson


  18. Mehmet Tevfik Dorak


  19. Lynne C Yengulalp


  20. The Edge Effect

    03 May 2023 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Sean McNamara1, Kiersten Newtoff2, Kelly Livernoche2, Allison Bell, Jeff Leips3, Gina Wesley2, William Gretes4

    1. Community College of Baltimore County 2. Montgomery College 3. University of Maryland Baltimore County 4. Howard Community College

    This module has students venturing outdoors to take a 50m transect and collect abundance data on plants utilizing quadrats in both edge and interior environment. Mathematically the goals of this...